A Lot To Say Shakes Up The Uk Market With The Ultimate In Environmental Apparel

My buddies at A Lot To Say are rocking it out in the UK.  Anyone in Great Britian, England, UK whatever you have got to try this apparel.  It’s the real deal and they personify green living.

(1888PressRelease) June 19, 2010 – Who doesn’t love a feel good buy? Let us introduce you to A Lot to Say: the smart eco fashion company that has just launched with its sassy range of statement making, attention grabbing messaged t-shirts.

Virgin. Turn On. Hot. Sweat. These are just a few of the headlines that can be found on the debut range of t-shirts from A Lot to Say. Having “Hot” emblazoned across your chest may seem like a self-indulgent statement but in this instance it is backed up by the hard hitting fact “Hot and getting hotter. Global warming has caused the average temperature of the earth’s atmosphere to increase by 1 degree Fahrenheit in recent years. Ouch.”

The range consists of t-shirts and accessories including homeware, scarves, totes, undies and umbrellas. The A Lot to Say eco-warriors are also planning to build on their award winning designs with a celebrity line, yoga line and e-cards, of which 20% of each sale will go directly back to support a charity or organisation.

The chic collections are made from materials that would otherwise have gone to waste, every tee is now made entirely from recycled PET bottles, therefore diverting waste from landfill and avoiding the extraction and processing of raw materials. The brand also employs a revolutionary non-water and non-toxic printing process that is hypoallergenic and kind to the environment. All in all making A Lot to Say the ultimate in sustainable fashion!

Purchasing an A Lot to Say t-shirt is a small step in the right direction of helping to preserve our planet’s resources and helps you on your way to a greener lifestyle! In addition, a generous percentage of all sales are donated to a wide variety of charities and foundations including the International Green Energy Council and Stand Up To Cancer.

Co founder of A Lot to Say, Alison Stanich Power states, “Saving our resources can’t just be a movement, it needs to be a way of life. We’ve heard so many people say they want to be green aware, but that it can be very expensive. A Lot To Say takes this into account and delivers messages with value.”